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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TBJH MASUM liiiY GLOBEGAZETTE MAY i Baby Girl Bom at F J Hudson Home CLEAR LAKE May and Mrs Frank J Hudson are parents of a baby girl born at their home southeast of Clear Lake at 8 oclock Tuesday The little girl weighed eight pounds CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE RATHRYN McGOWAN Editor Office Phone No 239 LEE DcWIGGINS Manager Residence Telephone No 67 Famous Maternity Center I 0 O F Notables Expected Here domes which hinder them from los ing a sound R Hildebraridt talkaphone en gineer who will install the ma chines has inspected the work al ready completed here and is well pleased with advance preparations Pictures synchronized with talking and music have been scheduled for show here 1929 Babies Will Be theBest Behaved Experts Say The well baby is the happy baby say authorities on baby care and the 1929 mother knows more about keeping babies well than any of her predecessors At the famous Maternity Center in New York one of the important things thousands of mothers learn la the safe cleansing of babys clothes If soap containing harmful alkali is used to wash babyrs garments his tender skin may be irritated say the Maternity Center experts At tie Maternity Center Lux is used for cleansing ail of babys things blankets and even toys Analysis has shown that Lux tains no harmful there fore is safe Since with Lux there is no rubbing to harshen and mat wool fibres baby things washed in Lux stay soft through hundreds of laun derings keeping baby comfortable and happy Anniversary Meeting to Draw Crowd Grand Officers Wilt Conduct Grand Lodge Session Friday CLEAR LAKE May Approximately 500 members of the Odd Fellow and Rebekali lodges in the Northeastern Anniversary association are expected to gather here Friday for the one hundred and tenth birthday anniversary observ ance Among the grand lodge officers who will have a prom inent place on the program as well as conduct a specialses sion of grand lodge are Guy Pond Shenandoah grand master L W Smith Des Moines grand secretary L L Leming Des Moines grand warden The grand lodge session will be held at the temple during the afternoon hours and will open to all past grand officers of the as sociation Those who havent taken the work may do so at this meet ing it was said A general business meeting will be held at 4 oclock at which time the selection of a location for the 1930 observance will be made Other important business will also be settled While the Odd Fellows are ob serving the day Rebekahs and all visiting women have been invited to the program at the K P hall Musical numbers readings an ad READING CLUB ADJOURNS HERE Choose Officers Delegates to Biennial Convention at Sioux City CLEAR LAKE May A N Anderson was elected president of the Library Reading club Mon day to succeed Mrs D E Kenyon She will also represent the study group at the biennial convention of federated clubs at Sioux City May 22 Mrs Arthur Johnson who was chosen vice president will be a dele gate with Mrs F W Triplett and Mrs A H Runcie alternates Mrs John Bohning will succeed Mrs F A Barber as secretary and treasur er when the club meetings open next fall The business meeting and lesson at the home of Mrs Henry Kmit son following a closing 1 oclock luncheon served at Watkins cafe Decorations of yellow and green added attractiveness to the tables Mrs Mary Bowman reviewed The Father Iowa University Dean to Be Graduation Speaker 50 SeniorsWiUReceiveARK THEATER TO HAVE TALKIES Rebekah Lodge to Have Special Meet CLEAR LAKE May offi cers and members of the Rebekah lodge have been urged to attend a special meeting of the order at the K P hall Friday evening The ses sion will convene at oclock dress by Mayor A N Anderson and talks by the grand lodge officers have been arranged An auto trip around the lake will be furnished by the commercial club Mrs Mary Wells Des Moines president of the Rebekah assembly and Mrs Doro thy Diercks Mason City vice pres ident will bo present Diplomas May 29 Class Sermon May 26 CLEAR LAKE May Paul C Parker Dean of the College of Education of the University of Iowa will address the 60 members of the graduating class of Clear Lake high school at its annual com mencement exercises May 29 The event will be held at high school auditorium The Rev W B Milne pastor of the Congregational church will de liver the class sermon Sunday eve ning May 26 at oclock Those who will receive diplomas are Mandella Amundson James S Anderson Ruth Anne Anderson Dorothy Buraette Ada Katheryn Choate A June Cole Floyd A Coe Harry I Clausen Louis S Clock Carolyn A Clausen EvelynCarlock Genevieve V Carr Harriet N Christensen Henrietta Clausen Harley M Francis Florence Ann Furleigh John A Gardner Lester L Gollen Opal Burniece Hansen Reeves Harding Gladys M Hanna Dorothy Caroline Huey Willis E Kenyon Marlus Irene Lambert Ma rion C Morse Vincent W Minette Myrtle Miller Marion June Meyers Bertram A Morse M Gordon Nel son Carl O Oleburg B Maynard Nelson Rosie J Peterson Clau Mae Purviance Lois A Paul Eva belle Grecr Patterson Burnel Pat terson George E Paul J H Ma Paulsen Vera Shelp Neva Georgia Sheridan Howard J Schmoll Eve lyn K Paulsen Emma Belle F Thomas Florence L Vernon Man Jane Watts Donald R Winnie W Gurtrude We stover Geneva E Wai lis and Virgil L Weight The senior class play Th Whole Towns Talking will b presented at the high school audi torium Thursday and Friday eve Silk Screen Velour Hang ings Installed Will Open Here Soon CLEAR LAKE May Work of nstalling equipment for talking movies at the Parktheater is well under way and everything is ex pected to be in readiness for the jpening performance within 10 days Walter C Peterson manager of the show house has announced v A new screen of silk was installed some time ago as well as the velour hangings necessary in ridding the productions of reverbrent echoes The silk screen is especially con structed to transmit sound accord Ing to Mr Peterson The speakinj horns to be placed on the stage wil he equipped with regular speaking nlngs May 30 ana 31 The junior senior banquet will be held Saturda evenjng of this week at the Maso City Country club CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Poster of Lake Girl to Be Exhibited at National Convention CLEAR LAKE May the prizewinning prohibition poster made by Jean Siessenger 10 year old Clear Lake girl merit was proved recently when a letter was received from national W C U headquarters at Boston Mass stating the poster would be n display at the National Educa ionalassociation meeting at At anta Ga in July The letter was written by Cora Francis Stoddard director of the Scientific Temperance Instruction department in answer to a request or return of the poster which was sent to national contests after win ning county and state honors several months ago The poster which is a picture of two kiddies sitting under an umbrella labeled Prohibition and the slogan Protect Us was made by Miss Siesseger when a student in the fifth grade Mrs Jennie Foster county director entered it iri the contests Miss Siesseger is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Siesseger North Elm street Mr nnd Mrs Stanley Smith hnvo returned to Clear Lake after being called to Corwith by the serious ill ness and death of Mrs Smiths father B Hartwig Funeral services were conducted Monday and dining room help Apply in person Watkins Cafe Ralph Conklin Dr P A Barber Lyle Stunkard Mrs VV D Bigg Miaa Madelyn Esslinger and Miss Lou Weedman went to Des Moines Tues day returning in the evening driv ing several new Ford cars for Wag ners garage Danco to Tlio Dixie IJ amblers from Omaha Nebr at Coliseum Britt la Friday May 3 Raymond Monaghen has received the appointment as subcarrier and charge of the parcel post delivery at the postoffice and has taken over the duties Mr Monaghen passed the civil service examinations with an enviable grade according to those in charge For room table Vic trola nickle kerosene lamp 2 bam boo porch curtains artists easles Ph 513W Mrs Margaret Olson left Tuesday afternoon for Oskalbosa where she will visit her daughter Mrs Harold Low and family several weeks be fore leaving for her future home at Long Beach Cal J M Brown Madella Minn win s 87 years old and a Civil war vet eran arrived Wednesday morning or a visit with his daughter Mrs C P McVicker Orchard avenue andfamily Miss Ruby Peterson Sheldon in visiting with Clear Lake relatives this week CLEAR LAKE May A N Anderson issued an appeal this morning autos and driv ers to take part in the tour around the Jake planned as entertainment for the visiting Rebekahs who are expected here Friday Those who re spond have been asked to meet at the K P hall at p m where the crowd will be divided Pay Conven iently at Kay Seneys and take advantage of the Seney quality WOTCHY SKIN need not annoy you Pimplei etc are quickly dispelled Resinol CHILDS PLAY SUITS One lot to cleanup Including the tamous Lee ments Sizes 3 to 7 years I 3 C RAY E PRUSIA CO FIND FRIEND JNJEED Mother andDaughter Praise Vegetable Compound Johnson City N daugW tcr was only 20 years old hut lor two years worked in rpi fi ery She was all rundown nerv ous had aches and paina and no appetite I was taking Lydia B Pinkhams Vege table Compound good BO she decided to try it Before she had taken two bottles her appetite was better she was more cheerful and was to work I cannot praiae your medi cine too highly It is wonderful for mothers and for daughters surely a friend in need L E HATL 223 Floral Avenue Johnsoa 1 City N Y Station Des Molnns to P m Tuesdays and to 7 m Saturdays From WLW Cin cinnati to 10 p m Thursdays SEVENSIXTY is the first lubricant on the market which is 100 heat resistant It is new made to new specifications refined by a new process At temperatures as nigh as F the evaporation loss of DIAMOND SEVEN SIXTY is negligible It is tested at this terrific heat to doubly insuresafety for the fast moving parts of even the new highspeed high compression hot run ning motors DMMOND SEVENSIXTY in your crank case is a guarantee of constant and uniform oil pressure smoother operation more DIAMOND SEVENSIXTY is a select ed 100 paraffin base oil On every test on every basis of comparison it is a quality lubricant Your pressure gauge will prove it MIDCONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION Diamond Stations and Throughout the Middle Wett Crrtmctes DIAMOND STATIONS IN MASON CITY 1st St N W 606 South Federal Avo 312 North Federal Avo Forest Iark 826 East State St Second Street S K H51 JVorlli Federal Avc Second and Washington Sts St S WFcderal Avc Hear the radio program of the HudsonEssex Challengers every Friday evening ESSEX challenges the per formance the style the lux urious roomy comfort of any car at any pricey on the basis that no other gives you back so much for every dollar you put in That is why the big buying swing tr to Eftex That is why motor ists by thousands are switching from past favorites and trading in theirold cars for the big values Essex the Challenger gives Essex challenges IN any thing the road offers up to 70 miles anhourIN FAST anycar regardless of size or price IN miles an hour for hour after hour IN FINE APPEARANCE uphol stery and with cars in which high price is paid for just those things IN ECON with cars best known for low operation cost mportan CHALLENGE EASE OF BUYING FOR INSTANCE in this city your first payment yith your present car included may be as low as S245 and your monthly payments Vour present car will probably cover the entire first payment The H M C Purchase Plan offers the lowest terms available on the balance And with its superb chassis quality and fine large Essex establishes also an out standing leadership in proved VALUE It offers a completeness of fine car equipment formerly identified only with costly cars and available when at all only as extras at extra cost on cars of Essex price Check these items when you represent easily above ad ditional value But they do not cost one cent extra The 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